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Posts from March 2022

Field of sunflowers and a hand holding a glass of wine

Spring in New York is the perfect time to get out and experience the vibrancy and colors that the state has to offer. Here, you’ll find natural beauty in parks and at botanical gardens, brightly painted murals and buildings, and of course the rich hues of a New York sunset from a scenic overlook. Visit some of the most colorful places in New York and enjoy the revitalizing feeling of springtime in a state that celebrates it like no other.

Crowd of people on the grounds of Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in the Catskills
Credit: @bethelwoodscenter on Instagram

Summer will be here before you know it, and now is the time to start booking tickets and accommodations for some of the state’s hottest activities and attractions. Don’t wait until the last minute! Here are 10 summer trips to start booking now.

Louisa Jacobson as Marian Brook and Thomas Cocquerel as Tom Raikes standing on the Bethesda Terrace in Central Park on the set of The Gilded Age.
Credit: Alison Cohen Rosa / Courtesy of HBO

Want to immerse yourself in the New York high society of yesteryear? As HBO’s The Gilded Age sweeps the nation, the battles between New York’s ‘old and new

View of the wooden Chatwal Lodge next to the lake on a clear sunny day in summer

Have you ever wanted to sleep among the canopies in a magical treehouse? Stay at America’s oldest inn or ‘check-in’ to the history of a restored 19th-century opera house? You can do all of these and